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Parisians watch in horror as the Notre-Dame Cathedral goes up in flames. Plus, President Donald Trump's new immigration plan offers migrant parents a choice: lose your children at the border or get locked up together. And, what the NBA is doing to attract more Latino talent and expand the league's Latino fan base.
There's hope for Sudan and Algeria after their dictators were ousted after decades in power. Plus, Switzerland abolishes its emergency stockpile of coffee — it seems the Swiss no longer think coffee is vital to human survival. And, the ever-changing lexicon of Brexit terms.
The founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, has been arrested in London. And, how Assange's arrest reopens the debate over press freedom and national security. Also, Brexit gets another extension, this time until Halloween. Plus, a real Jonah and the whale tale.
The current measles outbreak in New York City has a Ukraine connection. Also, the divided stance toward Israel among American Jews. Plus, one family split between the US and Haiti dreads a potential loss of their temporary legal status under a Trump administration policy.
Claudio Rojas was deported to his native Argentina after 19 years living in the US, and after appearing in a documentary critical of the Trump administration's immigration policies. Plus, Cuban baseball players get shut out of Major League Baseball. And, the true identity of a Polish American revolutionary war hero.
A change in management at the Department of Homeland Security signals there may be tougher immigration policies coming from Washington. Plus, the "Brexodus" continues as the UK remains in political gridlock over exiting the European Union and some companies are relocating to mainland Europe, taking jobs with them. And climate refugees come to a small city in Georgia.